End links are a really important part of the suspension system on your car, especially those of you who are concerned about handling in hard driving situations. Chris Alston’s Chassisworks analyzed the available options on the market and decided to improve on them with their billet steel sway bar end links that us a Chassisworks developed low friction pivot mechanism to get rid of free-play and create a much more solid connection between the sway bar and the chassis.
Like most things involving suspension, maintaining the integrity of the whole system is vitally important to maximize handling ability and that’s what these billet pieces do. If you have a 90-degree style mounting situation or an inline mounting style application they have the pieces that can help you.
Yes, they are jewelry but they are also highly functional. Like most of the products from Chassisworks it seems a shame to hide them under the car but that’s where they are designed to work.
Here’s the word from Chris Alston’s Chassisworks!
Improve the handling of nearly any vehicle with a selection of billet-steel, sway bar end links from Chassisworks GM Muscle Car product line. gStreet end links utilize Chassisworks’ low-friction, high-misalignment, pivot mechanism to eliminate free play for a more positive anti-roll bar connection. Use requires 5/8”-diameter bores at the sway bar and suspension mounts, and are available in 90-degree or inline styles. Fits installation lengths of 3-1/4” to 8-1/4” with adjustment ranges of 1” or 2” depending upon application.
- Made from billet steel
- Low-friction, high-misalignment pivot mechanism eliminates free play
- Fits installation lengths of 3 1/4 to 8 1/4 inches with adjustment ranges of one or two inches